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Sheriff’s Office Morning Report for May 29, 2018

| May 29, 2018

On May 28, 2018 the Sheriff’s Office investigated 0 accident (s) and 1 complaint (s)   Accidents None Reported.   Complaints 3:00 P.M.  Deputies responded to the 800 block of Walnut Street where William Wright JR was arrested and charged with domestic violence.   coshoctoncounty.net/sheriff

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Large crowd celebrates Memorial Day in Coshocton

Large crowd celebrates Memorial Day in Coshocton

| May 29, 2018

COSHOCTON – Both sides of Main Street in Coshocton were lined with people on Monday, May 28 for the annual Memorial Day Parade. The crowd was on its feet and clapping loudly as the American Flag made its way through the parade route. Entries in the parade included veterans’ groups, scouts, local and visiting queens […]

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Traveling archery tournament comes to Coshocton

Traveling archery tournament comes to Coshocton

| May 29, 2018

COSHOCTON – The woods around the Coshocton Sportsman’s Club were filled with lions, tigers, bears and dinosaurs the weekend of May 26-27 when the Rinehart Target R100 Tournament visited Coshocton. David Weaver, from Rinehart Target, said this was the fifth time the tournament has been to Coshocton. “Registration opened at 7:30 this morning and at […]

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Mark’s Musings – March 18, 2018

Mark’s Musings – March 18, 2018

| May 29, 2018

Like the coming of warm weather for spring, your NCAA men’s basketball tournament bracket is probably perfect. I jest of course. The weather pattern for this week and especially the first day of spring does not bode well for those of us (everyone?) that are growing weary of the cold. But March it is and […]

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Mark’s Musings – May 30, 2018

Mark’s Musings – May 30, 2018

| May 29, 2018

Graduation and all the pomp and circumstance that accompanies it makes May a special time of the year. Whether your youngster is walking across the stage at a college or university, high school, or maybe even taking their first big step into school from pre-school it is a life moment to remember. I am sure […]

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Summer is rocking with activities for children

Summer is rocking with activities for children

| May 29, 2018

COSHOCTON – This summer Clary Gardens, the Coshocton Public Library, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum and the Pomerene Center for the Arts are working together to offer programming for children in the community. “Last year we shared our (summer reading) theme ‘Build a Better World’ and the others followed it with programs, but we didn’t collaborate,” said […]

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Mark’s Musings – May 23, 2018

Mark’s Musings – May 23, 2018

| May 22, 2018

To say that May is a busy month would be a vast understatement. I think it is the busiest when you consider graduations, graduation celebrations and the true beginning of outdoor activities and work in our part of Ohio. You can mow the yard more than once a week – and some do – work […]

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Dedication ceremony held for Civil War Veteran

Dedication ceremony held for Civil War Veteran

| May 21, 2018

COSHOCTON – It was easy to see the excitement in cousins Nancy Mitchem and Marlene Carson before the start of the dedication ceremony for the headstone of their great-great-grandfather, Pvt. John Horn. “It took almost five months to get all of the information we needed to have the proper headstone for him,” said Mitchem. They […]

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